As part of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s return to live performance, visitors gathered in a spiral around the rotunda at the Guggenheim on Wednesday night to watch 10 talented performers celebrate the NYC Underground club life of decades past.
New York’s Museum of Arts and Design hosted a Patron’s Preview on Thursday, May 20th!
On a warm evening marking New York City’s approach to a rejuvenating post-pandemic summer, internationally recognized dancer and choreographer LaTasha Barnes led an ensemble through an exploration of jazz dance. A fusion of improv and arrangement, the thirty minute program ran as part of Works & Process, the art performance series commissioned in-person at the Guggenheim museum through June.
Last Friday, we stepped into the Salomon Arts gallery for a first look at artist Donald Hershmann’s new collection, inspired by and in tandem with photography by the late Victor Arimondi. As the Tribeca studio’s cool, laid-back atmosphere slowly filled up with people, we had the chance to explore some of Victor and Donald’s work and chat with those close to the artist for an inside look behind this collection.
On May 3rd MvVO Art opened announced Ad Art winners for 2021 by hosting a virtual art show opening. The Ad Art show opening was hosted by Red Hot CHilli Peppers, Chad Smith, and is currently on display on the large screens in The Westfield World Trade Center Oculus.
Exhibits and art fairs are back in the Big Apple.
Art lovers rejoice – exhibits are back!
A reception was held for the Modern Art Museum Shanghai 2021, hosted by the Artistic Director Shai Baitel at his friend, Nouriel Roubini’s beautiful residence in New York City.
The Dancers of the Met are an independent collective of dancers from the Metropolitan Opera, born out of the need to remain connected to their craft through the pandemic.
Katie Chonacas aka KYRIAKI is releasing her very first poetry book entitled “A Lover’s Fairytale” on 21st of March, on World Poetry Day. In the poems, Katie discusses the experience of what love means to her while traveling the globe. The Knockturnal spoke with Katie about her new book.